Charismatic actors carry this goofy fun movie.
We take on the impossible task of reviewing a movie all about endings without spoiling it.
Adam McKay’s film Vice follows the life and political career of Vice President Dick Cheney, and it has been received with truly polarized reactions. The success of The Big Short was so resounding that I almost forgot that before that movie McKay films were gonzo comedies starring Will Ferrell. Anchorman, Talladega Nights, Step Brothers, and The… Continue reading Is Vice a Bad Film? Or is it Not Trying to be a Film?
Why was the Favourite one of my favorite films so far this year? Read and find out! You won’t believe what happens next!
Game Night is a movie for sure. It absolutely has actors in it, and you can absolutely watch it. And it doesn’t hurt to watch it! Is it a productive use of your time? Probably not. But is anything a productive use of your time? Is reading this review productive? What are you planning on… Continue reading Game Night is A Movie for Sure
Guest Jason Potel and Chris go toe-to-toe discussing the humor and horror in The Death of Stalin.
Phantom Thread’s plot makes little sense, moving along slowly unconcerned with narrative cohesion. But that feels like the point.
Should films do more than kill time?
I have a brother and we worked together for close to twenty years. Our “band” broke up in 2006 after we sold our business. Like the Avett’s, we never really had a fight, and also like the subjects of this film, our parents provided us with solid relationship tools and an understanding of the importance… Continue reading Judd Apatow Captures Familial Love in Avett Brothers Music Doc May It Last
Getting Lost in Paris is a funny, unique, and genuinely decent time.